Definition of Outbark

1. to surpass in barking [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: barking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outbark

outbackers
outbacks
outbake
outbaked
outbakes
outbaking
outbalance
outbalanced
outbalances
outbalancing
outbar
outbargain
outbargained
outbargaining
outbargains
outbark (current term)
outbarked
outbarking
outbarks
outbarred
outbarring
outbars
outbase
outbases
outbattle
outbattled
outbattles
outbattling
outbawl
outbawled

Literary usage of Outbark

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1. Premises of Free Trade Examined: Also Reviews of Bastiat's "Sophisms of by George Basil Dixwell (1883)
"... not tolerate an actor who, in the garb of Socrates, should, upon the appearance of a fierce mastiff, descend upon all fours and endeavor to outbark and ..."

2. Review of Professor Sumner's Speech Before the Tariff Commission by George Basil Dixwell (1882)
"... not tolerate an actor who, in the garb of Socrates, should, upon the appearance of a fierce mastiff, descend upon all fours and endeavor to outbark and ..."

3. The Romantic School: By Heinrich Heine. Tr. by S. L. Fleishman by Heinrich Heine (1882)
"... seeks to outbark the others, and it is just because the insolent clamor of each individual beast is swallowed up in the mingled howl, ..."

4. The Poetical Works of John Trumbull, LL. D.: Containing M'Fingal, a Modern by John Trumbull (1820)
"... Each Cur, endued with yelping nature, Could outbark Churchill's* self in satire ; Each Crow in prophecy delighted, Each Owl, you saw, was second-sighted ..."

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